Riddick Incompetent to Stand Trial, R...

Riddick Incompetent to Stand Trial, Remains at Central State

There are 32 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Apr 4, 2013, titled Riddick Incompetent to Stand Trial, Remains at Central State. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Rashad Riddick, accused of killing 3 of his Madison County family members in 2011, appeared in court Friday.

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Just Checking

Herndon, VA

#1 Apr 5, 2013
Playin' the man!
A Mom

Harrisonburg, VA

#2 Apr 5, 2013
This kid is no good to society whether he is mentally ill or not, he took the lives of 3 people and in return he should have his life taken as well and rot in jail or under it!
Oh Come On

United States

#3 Apr 5, 2013
Yep! I totally agree. What is wrong with this picture? He is stalling the courts. Please stop babying this murderer. He's inompetent, he's crazy, he's deranged, he's nuts, he's evil, he's a murderer. Hurry up and get on with this trial, sentencing, and execution. Stop making this family wait for justice!!!
CITIZEN

Charlottesville, VA

#4 Apr 5, 2013
This guy is playing the system. When do his victims,(both the murdered and surviving family members), get their justice? This is becoming beyond ridiculous!
Truth

Madison, VA

#5 Apr 5, 2013
I like how they want to look at more options. Here's a option convict him then execute him!
Citizen

United States

#6 Apr 5, 2013
We wouldn't have crowded jails or over tax working people paying their way if, within a year of killing someone, they were put to death also.
I'm sorry why should we have to pay for him to live til he dies of old age in prison. Nobody is helping me and I haven't killed anyone. Anyone in jail should have to work for their food, cloths and education just like I do for me and my children. Thats what is hurting America, were giving to many free rides, if the do gooders want to help everyone, let them pay for it.
Jamie

Palmyra, VA

#7 Apr 5, 2013
Execute him already.
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Apr 5, 2013
Just Checking wrote:
Playin' the man!
Playing him like a Stradivarius is more like it. Courtroom shrinks often function as enablers for the revolving door public defender profit centers. As for competency he was competent enough to steal a car and try to hide his tracks after the crime now wasn't he?!
the first citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Apr 5, 2013
Citizen wrote:
We wouldn't have crowded jails or over tax working people paying their way if, within a year of killing someone, they were put to death also.
I'm sorry why should we have to pay for him to live til he dies of old age in prison. Nobody is helping me and I haven't killed anyone. Anyone in jail should have to work for their food, cloths and education just like I do for me and my children. Thats what is hurting America, were giving to many free rides, if the do gooders want to help everyone, let them pay for it.
You make some excellent points. American courts need to emulate those overseas that aggressively seize the hidden assets of those that will be fed on the publuc dime for rest of their lives.
the first citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Apr 5, 2013
Jamie wrote:
Execute him already.
Twenty years from now or so, after he is declared to be "no longer poopsy nuttsy thanks to the great curative powers of state level psychiatric care" we might see him at the Haven enjoying his free breakfast with his admiring throng as he proudly states " I am feeling so much better now..........".

Few in this town realize just how many beggars on the mall have taken one life or more in their time--------unless you were on their jury many years ago.
Greene Resident

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Apr 5, 2013
I wonder what his friends have to say about his mental capablities before the murders.....
Greene Native

Ruckersville, VA

#12 Apr 5, 2013
Honestly let's admit he is being unfairly persecuted and we all no why.

Whose with me on this?

FREE RIDDICK!
Jane

Minneapolis, MN

#13 Apr 5, 2013
Did I read this correctly? Consider inpatient or outpatient treatment. Really! And Obama wants gun control for law abiding citizens. This must be some kind of joke to even consider very inefficient "outpatient treatment".

Since: Feb 13

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#14 Apr 5, 2013
At the end of all this, Riddick will be eligible for an academy award. And the Oscar goes to (drumroll)Rashad Riddick for best performance in a real life drama.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#15 Apr 5, 2013
Jane wrote:
Did I read this correctly? Consider inpatient or outpatient treatment.
I hope they mean "outpatient" as in out of the mental hospital, but still in jail.
Lucy

Chesapeake, OH

#16 Apr 5, 2013
Jane wrote:
Did I read this correctly? Consider inpatient or outpatient treatment. Really! And Obama wants gun control for law abiding citizens. This must be some kind of joke to even consider very inefficient "outpatient treatment".
That was my first thought, outpatient treatment??? This guy probably killed 3 family members....

I'm a law abiding citizen and Obama doesn't want to take my guns. He and I want to keep as many guns as possible out of the hands of lunatics like this guy.
Greene Native

Ruckersville, VA

#17 Apr 5, 2013
Free RIDDICK

Free riddick

Free RIDDICK

Unfairly being prosecuted
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#18 Apr 5, 2013
Citizen wrote:
We wouldn't have crowded jails or over tax working people paying their way if, within a year of killing someone, they were put to death also.
I'm sorry why should we have to pay for him to live til he dies of old age in prison. Nobody is helping me and I haven't killed anyone. Anyone in jail should have to work for their food, cloths and education just like I do for me and my children. Thats what is hurting America, were giving to many free rides, if the do gooders want to help everyone, let them pay for it.
Do you trust the state to implement the death penalty correctly? It's an unfortunate consequence that many guilty may not be punished what society may deem just while ensuring we do not execute an innocent. I agree that sometimes there are just bad dogs, and they need to be put down, but I don't even trust the state to administer even the most basic of laws, much less the death penalty.
Greene Native

Ruckersville, VA

#19 Apr 5, 2013
He is innocent I mean look at that face, and tell me he doesn't remind you of some caring, hardworking, tax paying neighbor

Free RIDDICK
Jane

Minneapolis, MN

#20 Apr 5, 2013
Lucy wrote:
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That was my first thought, outpatient treatment??? This guy probably killed 3 family members....
I'm a law abiding citizen and Obama doesn't want to take my guns. He and I want to keep as many guns as possible out of the hands of lunatics like this
guy.


Then he needs to go after the lunatics and criminals. I don't see him doing that.

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